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   he will go back to a prison somewhere, probably not clinton. >> miguel marquez, thank you very much. >>> sylvester jones, former assistant director of the u.s. marshals service, a veteran of man did not hunts, and the chief of police of the village of malone new york. also edward gavin former deputy warden of the new york city department of corrections. mr. jones, we had you on last tuesday, i have to give you credit you called it. you predicted we would have them in three days to a week. one killed three days after you said that one captured in less than a week. what led you to that -- >> i want to take my hat off and salute the officials involved in this operation. >> absolutely. the collaboration was great. but as i mentioned last week and thank you, i did say three days to a week. i just understanding the situation, my experience knowing that the -- the law
   what can i say? it's all those elves working hard. >> that's right. >> okay. . so so this is now purple mermaid designs from initial obsession. i love monograms and this is the new thing from $48. very affordable. >> for kid or everybody. >> teenagers are loving them but my 20 something year old had to have one. name necklaces and reasonable.
   soon be able to use your personal phone to tell your boss to show me the money. if you work in the bay area, you're probably part of the movement, the bring your own device movement, or byod for short. bringing your personal gadgets to work to get work done. and let's face it, personal devices are all over most silicon valley offices. like the offices of coopupertin work spot where she is working on her personal devices. now a new law says employees like her will have to be reimbursed for those device, specifically her phone bill for cellphone calls made for work. it likely to be a dilemma for companies. >> these guys are going to have to look at this. >> reporter: not to mention a bit awkward for employees trying to get their money. >> but now i'm using my phone for work, right? how about you guys pay for my cellphone service? >> is that awkward? >> oh, sure.
   as we get in the afternoon hours it is all about the eagles and football. we will that have forecast with the full and exclusive accu weather seven day, walter. >> all right, melissa. >>> a large party took place for a new non-profit call the b foundation. honey bash raised fund for brain aneurysm research and awareness. two sisters founded it in memory of her cuss honey died of a brain aneurysm at the age of 27. moved to action when they realize there are very few
   >> on "the daily rundown," 9:00 eastern time. >> is savannah still here? >> i'm thanking her. thank you, savannah. >> and it's raining. >> savannah -- >> she does stand out. >> my mom taught me a long time ago, brevity is the soul of wit, okay?
   tightrope 150 feet above the charlotte motor speedway on saturday. that's the same speedway we were racing cars. where dan reached speeds of up to 15 miles per hour. >> wow. wow, ron claiborne. et tu, brute. >> weather, please, ginger. rescue me. >> any time we can bring back
   the problem is that if you look at what i've tried to paint here is a pretty rich economic tapestry. i think he is looking at too small a piece of it. there are multi causal phenomenon going in there. i think it was in hamlet. he says there are more things on heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
   the elderly live safely at home. that's where this former circus, fortune teller and beauty shop owner is celebrating her big day with a cake with so many candles the fire department should have been on standby. her secret to a long life -- >> really, it is so simple. all you have to do is to thine own self be true and that way you will be true to god, true to yourself. when you do that, there is a peaceful feeling that you get. >> reporter: adele outlived her husband and two children but is dearly loved by an extended family that includes 15 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. >> we love her so much. i have never seen a cake filled with so many candles in my life.
   to own apple, or to not own apple? isn't that the question? as we await tomorrow's breakthrough tablet invention? whether 'tis nobler to go for the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune. i'm telling you, go for the outrageous fortune. so tonight for a moment i'm going to give you a soliloquey
   let's ask the senior chair of the vanguard. you say not to worry about the selloff. >> i don't know what to say about a daily move in the market like that. i quoted shakespeare on this point, as you may know before. it's a tale told by an id yotd. the momentary move from the market. full of sound and fury signifying nothing. we can rely on -- to help us through all of that. i would also call on the the
   staying enough's, the ravens would have posted the afc championship next sunday at mn t bank stadium. what they not to shakespeare, now is the winter of our discontent. that was a tough one. >> that was a tough one.
   dough. >> a little graveyard, hoda. >> that's cute. >> thank you, sarah gray. we've had a lot of fun. >> all right. >>> up next, double, double, toil and trouble, fire burning and caldron bubble.
   >> it was nominated for a tony. congratulations. they couldn't have got a tony nomination without your work. congratulations. thank you, hugh dancy. "hysteria" opens in new york and los angeles and today speaking of great englishmen it was shakespeare who wrote my kingdom for a horse. we have a story about one special horse and her unbelievable comeback against really all the odds. that story coming up next. we'll introduce you. you're watching "cbs this morning." omeback against all odds. you're watching "cbs this morning." ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
   60s. in dog years. a lot of different stuff for you this morning. >> and bill, i hear you are leaving us? >> i am. parting with such sweet sorrow. i will miss you. i'm going to "nightline," i'm going the see what it's like to sleep in on weekends. >> that is the thing, you are tired of getting up early. i see.
   get ready for that. that and more, coming up here later on entertainment tonight. >>> you can see entertainment tonight at 7:30, here on wjz. >>> all that glitters isn't gold. a watchdog group issues word
   it one day atking and getting to know each all over again. >> its is a brave new world for us going forward. >> since his wife's accident, he lost his house and his job.
   tonight on "washington week." rnings we need to set our sights higher than just making sure government doesn't screw things up. we need to do more than just do no harm. i know the republicans disagree with my approach. i could see that from their body language yesterday. gwen: but it was more than body language. it was a significantly different world view.
   tonight on "washington week." rnings we need to set our sights higher than just making sure government doesn't screw things up. we need to do more than just do no harm. i know the republicans disagree with my approach. i could see that from their body language yesterday. gwen: but it was more than body language. it was a significantly different world view.